The world's first horror film Phantom Carriage KTL edition on DVD Feb 11th
6th Feb 08
Regarded by many as a masterpiece in early cinematic horror, the 1921 Swedish film Phantom Carriage (Körkarlen) is being brought back to life by Tartan who release this special KTL Edition on Region 2 DVD on February 11th.
So, if you're getting bored of endless glossy gore-less Hollywood horror remakes, why not take a chance to see this classic silent chiller (now with a new score by KTL), and then show off to all your friends about how cultured you are.
The world's first horror film has been brought back to life with a newly-created soundtrack by the acclaimed sonic innovators KTL (the dark and brooding collaboration between SUNN 0)))'s Stephen O’Malley & Peter Rehberg, aka PITA).
Presented as a Deluxe Limited Edition with unique packaging specially-designed by KTL’s very own Stephen O’Malley, the DVD features fully uncompressed CD-quality audio and includes Film Notes by the legendary film-makers the Brothers Quay.
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